#1
How does that guy do it. I know how to sound harmonics fine but they just don't scream like his. ANY tips would be appreciated, thanks
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#3
Work on the vibrato.
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#4
Quote by HavokStrife
Work on the vibrato.


thats right, the vibrato actually halps the harmonics a lot. it seems counterintuitive to the nature of the harmonics but its absolutely necessary
#5
Zaak uses TONS of pinch harmonics. Train yourself how to manipulate them properly and you'll be on the right track.
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#6
Quote by deahhizooke
the louder the better, and are you doing natural harmonics or pich harmonics?

pinch
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#7
it's also got alot to do with how much gain you're using on your amp when you play
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#10
I actually learned a neat trick to get KILLER pinch harmonics, every time. Contact me if you wanna know, it's too complicated to post here.